Fifty Shades of Gray, review by:

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Fifty Shades of Gray

Fifty Shades of Gray
By E. L. James
"The Fifty Shades trilogy is not the best writing, but at its core, it's a great modern-day fairy tale where she rescues him. The kinky sex is gratuitous and excessive to the point of monotony. I found myself slamming pages when it came to that so I could hurry up and get back to the good part - the plot - which included danger, conspiracy, big new money, jet-setting, photoshoots, philanthropy, family, Freudian psychology, rare books, higher education, a broken childhood, stalkers' exes, a cat fight, helicopter rides, a helicopter crash, and, of course, true love."
-- Jodi Arias

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